As your instructor, my goal is to help you become successful and independent in the craft you pursue. I will be available between lessons (and after) should you need guidance, and will offer resources so that you may continue to grow your skills with confidence. Lessons are scheduled at your pace; an average of 1.5 hours each. All necessary materials for each lesson will be provided.
Success is my goal. I address each individual personally. I specialize in teaching left as well as right handed people. We start with a small project. At the end of the project skills will be learned to move on to the next challenge.
I am a self taught crochet artist with four years experience. My lessons are perfect for beginners, but can be tailored to your personal level of knowledge.
My teaching method is "I do, We do, You do". I can give lessons to any level of experience in crocheting, including how to read patterns. I am very detail oriented and will help anyone with any questions they may have.
Everybody has a different skill set and some people will learn faster than others but I firmly believe there is no stupid questions, just stupid or useless answers. I try to approach each person differently based on their skill set and what they can and can't do.
I teach each class with a clear subject of learning and sample project to work on during class to accomplish that day's lesson. I will assign a project for you to work on and practice using the current days lesson. Example: Today our subject is about single crochet stitches.
I teach step by step using examples. Guiding you through the terms and abbreviations used in the patterns showing examples of each and guiding you through patterns to build the fundamentals needed to complete projects. Increasing the difficulty and complexity as skills are aquired through completing lessons.
The way I teach is showing you how it is done then have you do it, then work on it together. I love to have a good time, therefore I try to give that same environment to whoever I teach.
Every student learns differently, so it's important for the teacher to cover all forms of learning in each lesson. I do this by explaining the steps, showing the process, and repeat the steps with emphasized movements so that students can follow along.
My teaching method is hands-on, with close individual attention. I teach both pattern-based projects and free-style. That said, I adapt my style to each student’s needs.
My teaching method is that I teach hands-on (video and alot of encouragement)
I prefer a very hands on approach with the SEA method, which is: Show Explain Attempt/Assist My goal is to try to hit every learning style so that everyone gets the chance to get the information in the way they learn best!
I approach each topic I teach with human paychology in mind. I enjoy teaching and goal setting by teaching the skills needed to apply these methods to any topic in the future. I support a chunking method to teaching, meaning breaking down large tasks into smaller, easier to process examples, and working forward as the student progresses.
I instruct based on the individuals knowledge and proficiency. We can start from the very beginning or we can work on a project together every step of the way.
A hand on approach is the best way to teach one how to crochet, giving tips and recommendations along the way.
My teaching method is hands on.
I am a very visual teacher with a hands on approach. I do adapt with each persons learning style as we go along.
My teaching methodology is to start at the beginning with chains and single crochet stitches so you can create something your very first lesson! After the first lesson we will build on your skills at your preferred pace. Or, for more advanced crafters, we can pick up where your skills begin.
I like to accommodate and create lesson plans which contain plans that use as much of a person's senses in order to reach those kinesthetic students that need more of an individual lesson plan. I also provide objectives and goals for each student.
My teaching method is very fluid and flexible. Some students learn visually while others learn through text/reading. Being able to teach in either style will allow me to get successfully pass on my skills to every student I encounter on my teaching journey.
I base my teachings in hands on experience.
My teaching methodology is hands on! Am open to trying video if you prefer. We would start with the basics, how to hold the crochet hook, then chain stitch, then single crochet, etc. Or we could meet in a coffee shop or somewhere casual.
I would base my classes on what the learner wants to know and go from there! My style would be in a step by step fashion.
I approach teaching crafts by showing how it is done, explaining the concept behind the idea, and then walking the student step by step through the process.
My teaching method is hands-on and detailed we will evaluate the things you are interested in, begin to understand it and develop the skill through a project. I am willing to teach anyone excited to learn.
I prefer to teach the basics and then learn what my students are interested in. I find it to be much more successful to teach somebody how to work a pattern they have chosen than to have them practice on swatches.
I teach the way I was taught. First I'll teach you the basics, then customize your lessons according to what you want to create. I can teach you intricate patterns, constructing shapes, picking which type of yarn will hold it's shape or show off your pattern the best.
My teaching method is to start simple, like making a wash cloth, then get more advanced as students gain more skills.
I love to make things. Create, say to my friends "I made that". I'm picky and like things tailored to my body, my needs. I do not like consumerism or produce waste. I avoid disposable things. I Love REUSE. Professionally working with mathematical abstractions and then I feel a need to have a hobby "to make things", to "thinking with my hands.
We gather together for two hours, we drink tea, we weave, we tell anecdotes ... As before, when time was a gift. You bring your project, I help you to do it. Blankets, amigurumis, accessories, recycling ... A little of technique and then your creativity. Small groups.
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